Care Management

A collaborative approach to assessing, providing, coordinating and monitoring healthcare services

Care Management Services

ADvantage

The ADvantage Program is a home and community-based alternative to placement in a nursing facility to receive Medicaid-funded assistance for care. 

The OU College of Nursing delivers care management services to ADvantage-eligible and approved elderly and disabled individuals (as determined by the Department of Human Services). The ADvantage Program offers an alternative to nursing facility care by making support services available at home to promote greater independence and a better quality of life.

Services include: case management, personal care and homemaking assistance, home-delivered meals, adult day health care, respite for caregivers, skilled nursing, environmental modifications, hospice, prescription medications, supportive restorative assistance, and specialized medical equipment and supplies. The ADvantage program also offers an Assisted Living Service Option and a Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Services and Supports (CD-PASS) when you qualify.  

 

AM I ELIGIBLE FOR THE ADVANTAGE PROGRAM?

Individuals qualify for the ADvantage program by meeting eligibility requirements that include both health and financial criteria. To see if you qualify for the ADvantage program call our intake staff or your local DHS office.

To schedule a free phone consultation or make a referral call:
(405) 271-8767 or 1-866-416-4980

 

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To Learn more about the services Care Managers can provide call us: 1.866.416.4980 or 405.271.8767.

Medically Fragile

The Medically Fragile Waiver program is a Medicaid Home and Community Based Services Waiver used to finance non-institutional long-term care services for a targeted group of physically disabled adults when there is a reasonable expectation that the person's health, due to disease process or disability, would, without appropriate services, deteriorate and require skilled nursing facility or hospital level of care to arrest the deterioration. Medically Fragile Waiver program members must be SoonerCare eligible and must not reside in an institution; room and board licensed residential care facility. The number of members who may receive Medically Fragile Waiver services is limited.


To see if you qualify for the Medically Fragile Waiver program, contact our intake staff or Oklahoma Health Care Authority.
To schedule a free phone consultation or make a referral, call 
(405) 271-8767 or 1-866-416-4980

Living Choice

The OU College of Nursing delivers care management services to Living Choice/Money Follows the Person eligible individuals (as determined by the Oklahoma Health Care Authority). The Living Choice program is designed to transition individuals with disabilities and long-term illnesses from the institution back into their homes in the community. The program promotes community-based services instead of institutional services.

Services include case management, self-direction, skilled nursing, adult day services, personal care, home-delivered meals, transportation, and transitional funds (one-time allotment of up to $2,400).

AM I ELIGIBLE FOR THE LIVING CHOICE PROGRAM?

Individuals must meet the following requirements:

  •  Be at least 19 years of age
  • Qualify for SoonerCare (Oklahoma’s Medicaid program) for at least one day prior to transition
  • Have lived in an institutional setting (nursing home, intermediate care facility) for at least 60 consecutive days prior to transition
  • Voluntarily want to transition back into the community
  • Be willing to play an active role in your plan of care 

To see if you qualify for the Living Choice program, call our intake staff or contact the Oklahoma Health Care Authority.

To schedule a free phone consultation or make a referral, call
(405) 271-8767 or 1-866-416-4980

PASRR

PASRR is a federal program, administered in Oklahoma by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) and the Oklahoma Healthcare Authority (OHCA). This is a statewide program. 

Click here to learn more about the PASRR program.

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